Dr. Jack Horner of Jurassic Park Fame Coming to SHSU

On Tuesday, April 2, 2013, Dr. Jack Horner, Regents Professor of Paleontology at Montana State University, will be speaking here in Huntsville as part of Sam Houston State University’s Distinguished Lecturer Series. Dr. Horner is a renowned paleontologist. He is the first to discover dinosaur eggs in the western hemisphere and has identified some of the first dinosaur embryos. He has discovered and even named a few species, such as the Maiasaura. Not to diminish any of those accomplishments, but he may be best known for serving as a technical adviser for all three Jurassic Park movies and was the inspiration for the Dr. Alan Grant characters in the novels and subsequent movies. Needless to say we are very excited to be hosting Dr. Horner on campus NEXT WEEK!

Dr. Jack Horner and SHSU Distinguished Lecturer Series

Dr. Jack Horner and SHSU Distinguished Lecturer Series

Dr. Horner’s speech will be on “Where are the Baby Dinosaurs”. It will be held in the Lowman Student Center, Theatre from 11:00-12:00 on Tuesday, April 2.

We hope you will be able to come!

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About effietothetrot

Felicia Williamson is the Special Collections Librarian at Sam Houston State University. She is a graduate of the University of Arkansas with a BA in History and German in 2003 and of Louisiana State University with a Masters of Library and Information Science in 2011. She currently resides in Huntsville, TX with her husband James Williamson. She enjoys historical dramas, throwing lavish theme parties, and the accordion.

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